Every local or foreign tourist should also experience in going to various Philippine Festivities. If you want to experience what it’s like to be in the Philippines, aside from the white sand beaches, lush forest and mountains, lakes and rivers, sumptuous foods and rich culture of the Philippines, why not have some fun and visit various festivals around the Philippines.

Here’s a list of Philippine Festivities this May

List of Philippine Festivals for the month of May 1

FLORES DE MAYO – SANTACRUZAN

Nationwide | May
A parade of the town’s loveliest ladies depicting the search and discovery of Christ’s Cross by Queen Helena and Constantine.

DAVAO GULF REGATTA

Davao Oriental | May 01 – 04
A regionwide float parade representing all municipalities along the gulf, converge in one place featuring decorated bancas and vintas of different designs for competition.

VIVA VIGAN FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS

Vigan, Ilocos Sur | May 1-7
A festival in a setting replete with history and heritage, cultural treasures and reminiscences, the Viva Vigan Festival of the Arts has become one of the biggest cultural events in the North. Scene stealers are the Calesa Parade, Santacruzan, Inabel Fashion Show, Ramada contest, concerts, traditional games and the 2nd Vigan heritage amazing race.

Contact:
Vigan Tourism Council
c/o Mayor’s office
Tel. (077)722-2466

PISTA NG PRODUKTONG PILIPINO

Boardwalk Beach Resort (Subic, Olongapo City) | May 01
Pista ng Produktong Pilipino Manufacturers & Exporters Association, Inc. (PPPMEAI) together with ATMACS/Events On Line in cooperation with SBMA, will be mounting the biggest summer event in Subic, Olongapo City. The event will be held at the Boardwalk Beach Resort. Following are the activities: summer beach party, all night music with guest celebrities and show bands.

BOA-BOAHAN “ALINSANGAN” FESTIVAL

Nabua, Camarines Sur | May 2
A colorful cultural festival of pagan origin. Derived from the dialect, “alinsangan”, a word that describes the characteristics of the people living in the early settlements. It is a festival showing fertility and thanksgiving.

Contact:
Office of the Mayor
Nabua, Camarines Sur
Tel. # (054)631-1042

SUMMER FESTIVAL: PILIPINYAHAN

Tagaytay City | May 1- May 7
The Pilipinyahan Fest is conceptualized by Tagaytay tourism council in coordination with the Local Government unit to promote the pineapple as the most appealing agricultural product in the locality.

SUMMER FESTIVAL: SANTACRUZAN

Tagaytay City | May 1- May 7
Parade of beauties from Tourism Oriented and related Establishments of the city.

100 ISLANDS FESTIVAL

Lucap, Alaminos, Pangasinan | May 1-7
A merry making and festivity in Western Pangasinan featuring thanksgiving Mass at the seashore of Lucap

PATTARADAY FESTIVAL – ARAW NG SANTIAGO

Santiago City | May 1-5
Pattaraday which means unity is an Ybanag word, it is celebrated on the occasion of the founding anniversary of Santiago. It celebrates the unity of the ethno-linguistic groups that have merged in the city to make it the melting pot of culture of Region 02 and contributed to the city’s progress and development-unity in action. Highlighted with the presentation of the Comedia – a moro-moro dance made famous by the Spaniards to stress the power of Christian Religion over the Moorish non-believers; other activities include beauty pageant, grand batalla presentations and a grand street dancing parade and exhibition with performers from other cities, provinces and regions.

Contact:
Mr. Mor’o Ocampo
Executive Assistant for Tourism, Culture and the Arts
(078) 682-4930; 0918-268-8888

PAHINUNGOD FESTIVAL

Calape, Bohol | May 1-10
A 10-day fiesta commemorating the town’s rich ancestry and devotion to the San Vicente Ferrer – its town saint and the Calapenhons “pahinungod” (offer) to come home annually.

BALANGAY FESTIVAL

Butuan City | May 1- 31
It is a month-long fiesta celebration of Butuan City. Several activities are lined up for the celebration like Mutya Hong Butuan Pageant, Sports Fest and Santacruzan.

Contact:
DOT Region 13
Tel. No. (085) 815-6040

JOURNEY TO MT. HAMIGUITAN

San Isidro, Davao Oriental | May 2- May 5
A trek to Mt. Hamiguitan which is the site of the 600 hectare Bonsai field: Pygmy Forest

SALUBONG (HOLY CROSS FESTIVAL)

Alitagtag and Bauan, Batangas | May 2
A festive celebration of meeting the Holy Cross of Bauan and the Holy Cross of Alitagtag at Binukalan Shrine at 8:00 am. The celebration is highlighted by a program and praises for the Holy Cross accompanied by street dancing and finally at 2:00 p.m., the Holy Cross of Bauan returns to the Parish Church of Bauan where the jubilation culminates.

Contact : Office of the Mayor
Alitagtag, Batangas/ Bauan, Batangas
Telephone No. Alitagtag – (043) 772-0154
Bauan – (043) 727-1253

DAYAW DALAN FESTIVAL

San Jacinto, Ticao | May 2-3
Dayaw is an old Tigaonon term which means “to show off, parade or display”. In its strictest meaning, dayaw is to present with pride what is distinctly and essentially inherent in a person. Dalan on the other hand, means in olden times, a mountain trail which now includes path, street and highway. Dayaw Dalan Festival symbolizes the best of what the municipality of San Jacinto have as a town and as a people. The festival is held in honor of its patron saint, Santo Cristo de Burgos.

CARABAO-CARROZA FESTIVAL

Pavia, Iloilo | May 3
Established since 1973 and considered as one of Iloilo’s oldest festival, visitors are treated with an extensive showcase of 18 gaily-decorated carrozas with painted carabaos and their muses clad in their best Filipiniana attire. Another attraction in the festival is the 110-meter lane racetrack for the Carabao-Carroza Race.

Contact:
Ms. Susan P. Jovero
Municipal Tourism Officer
Tel. Nos. (033) 320-0039; 329-7229

BAWANG (GARLIC) FESTIVAL

Sinait, Ilocos Sur | May 3
Annual festival to promote the major product of the town, garlic or “bawang”. Festivity includes street dancing competition in garlic-inspired costume, selection of Miss Garlic Festival, biggest garlic contest and longest most creative twined garlic.

Contact:
Mayors Office
(077) 728-8126;
(077) 728-8131

ISABELA DAY: BAMBANTI FESTIVAL

Isabela | May 1-11
Anniversary of the establishment of the civil government of Isabela in honor of Queen Isabela II. Activities like agro-industrial trade and tourism fairs, parades, sports events, beauty pageant and others are conducted to entertain visitors.

Contact:
Hon. Faustino ‘Bojie’ Dy III
Governor
(078) 622-0955; 624-2536; 2038
dy_bogie@yahoo.com
Ma. Rosario M. Olaño, TOO I
PGO, Isabela; 0920-287-5403
boots3019@yahoo.com
Cultural Festival

MANTAWI FESTIVAL

Mandaue City, Cebu | May 7
A showcase of the city’s historical heritage and identity promoting the city as industrial and tourist hub, that involves the Spanish regime through street dancing, dioramas, floats, heroes and great personages as higantes, food festival and sports events.

BASI FESTIVAL

Naguilian, La Union | May 7
Objective of the event is to promote “basi”, a wine made from sugarcane. Activities include street dancing, Search for Ms. Naguilian, agri-trade fair, farm tour & amusement games.

Contact:
Mayors Office
(072) 609-1083;
(072) 609-1266

FLORES DE MAYO SA MAKATI

Glorietta, Makati City | May 8- May 15
One of the biggest processions in Metro Manila participated in by young ladies representing the 33 barangays of Makati, tourism-related establishments, local and government offices corporations based in Makati.

GLOBAL BALIK-BUTUAN PROGRAM

Butuan City | May 9-22
A grand reunion for all Butuanons residing abroad and other parts of the country to come home and reunite with old friends, classmates, and relatives especially during the Balangay Festival and Adlaw Hong Butuan.

FEAST OF OUR LADY OF BIGLANG AWA_(MARINDUQUE)

Boac, Marinduque | May 10
A celebration in honor of the Patroness of Marinduque

Contact : Office of the Mayor
Boac, Marinduque
Telephone No. (042) 332-1011

MAKALAWAN “PINYA” FESTIVAL

Calauan, Laguna | May 10-15
Promotes the juicy and sweetest pineapple or “pinya” as main agricultural product of the town of Calauan.

PAHIYAS FESTIVAL

Lucban, Quezon | May 14-15
One of the country’s biggest, and most colorful harvest festival every May 15th, along with the harvest festivals of the towns of Tayabas, Sariaya, Gumaca and Tiaong. These are the Philippines best known harvest festivals to honor San Isidro Labrador, the patron saint of farmers. Known as the “Pahiyas”, the festival is deeply rooted in the traditional celebration of the townsfolk in thanksgiving for bounty harvest. Decorations called “Kiping”, leaf-shaped and multi-colored rice paste wafers which are used to decorate the facades of the homes along with fruits and flowers from nature. The visual and culinary feast has gained national and international recognition. The Lucban town center is a permanent facility for merchandising crafts and delicacies including special events that showcases the lifestyle of its environs.

Contact : Office of the Mayor
Lucban, Quezon
Telephone No. (042) 540-7995 / 911-1079

BALWARTE SA GUMACA

Gumaca, Quezon | May 11-15
Huge arches placed on the strategic locations are lavishly decorated with the most colorful farm produce, local delicacies, horticultural products, palm fronds etc.

PAUKYABAN FESTIVAL

Butuan City | May 11-30
It is an agro-industrial show that featured species of plants and flowers in a display of unique landscapes.

SUNDUAN

Brgy. La Huerta, Parañaque City | May 15
Sunduan is the Filipino term for “fetching”. This celebration features a parade of escorted young ladies holding colorful parasols. Brass bands fetch each pair and parade around the town.

Contact:
541-8016 / 829-0691

MANO PO SAN ROQUE FESTIVAL

Valenzuela City | May 12
Street dancing and procession along the city’s major thoroughfares in commemoration of the feast of San Roque, highlighting the customs and traditional celebration of the festival.

SANTA CRUZAN IN BAGUIO

Baguio City | May 13-14
A fashion show featuring beauties and designers from North Philippines

ALBAY DAY

Albay | May 14
The Provincial Government of Albay has declared May 14 as “Albay Day” starting May 14, 2004 and every year after. The celebration which falls in May during the annual month-long Magayon Festival

PULILAN CARABAO FESTIVAL

Pulilan, Bulacan | May 14-15
Hundreds of work animals, mostly carabaos, are led on a parade in the streets of the town every 14th and 15th of May to honor its patron saint, San Isidro Labrador. The carabaos decorated with garland and shaved for the occasion, genuflect or kneel in front of the church. Witness the colorful Carabao Festival and religious activities of the town. The celebration is manifested by hanging all sorts of fruits, candies, food crops and multi-colored kipings on bamboo poles. The affair is highlighted by kneeling of carabaos in front of the church and the symbolic floats.

Contact:
Santy Santos
Tel Nos. (63 44) 795-0128

FIESTA BICOLANDIA CRUISE “PEÑAFRANCIA PILGRIMAGE”

Cebu City | May 14-18
Bringing the best of the Bicol region showcasing its products, festivals, arts and crafts, among others highlighted by the procession of Our Lady of Peñafrancia joined by the Bicol Association of Cebu and Marianne devotees.

FEAST OF SAN ISIDRO LABRADOR/CARABAO FESTIVAL

Angono, Rizal | May 14-15
Farmers pay tribute to their patron saint, San Isidro Labrador with a colorful and joyous procession of carabao carts carrying a myriad of local products. Prizes are awarded to the strongest and most beautifully decorated carabao. Likewise, a carabao paper mache contest is being held and included in the parade.

Contact : Office of the Mayor
Angono, Rizal
Telephone No. (02) 651-0062 / 451-1033

SAN ISIDRO FESTIVAL_ (PANDANAN)

Luisiana, Laguna | May 15
An annual celebration in honor of farmer’s patron saint San Isidro Labrador.

FEAST IN THE HONOR ST. VINCENT FERRER

Dipolog City | May 15
Dipolog City fiesta celebrated with motocross, concerts and beauty pageants

ONGGOYAN FESTIVAL

Malimono, Surigao del Norte | May 15
Celebrated with much gaiety and funfare. It features agro-Industrial fair, beauty contest, sports festival and street dancing depicting movement of monkeys.

IIKALAHAN/KALANGUYA FESTIVAL

Imugan and Malico, Pangasinan | May 16
Witness the songs and dances of the tribe, their way of life, indigenous games, especially how the community is taking care of the environment.

Contact:
CP# 09197766378
KEF President

OBANDO FERTILITY RITES

Obando, Bulacan | May 17-19
Couples who are childless, maidens and bachelors can take this occasion to appeal for heavenly intercession and dance to please the Virgin of Salambao, San Pascual de Bailon and Sta. Clara. Farmers also thank the Virgin for bountiful harvests.

Contact:
Ms. Elaine Benicarlo
Tourism Officer
Tel. No. (02) 299-1239

SARUNG BANGGI FESTIVAL

Sto. Domingo, Albay | May 19-27
A fun-filled summer activity to immortalize the song Sarung Banggi and pay tribute to its composer Potenciano Gregorio. It showcases a variety of cultural and religious activities, food and sports fest, Beauty Search, folksong fest, agro-industrial fair and many more.

Contact:
Office of the Mayor
Sto. Domingo, Albay
Tel. No. (052) 487-1519

SANGGUTAN FESTIVAL

Barugo, Leyte | May 18
A dance of the drinkers honoring the age-old process of wine-making.

FARMERS FESTIVAL

Bacarra, Ilocos Norte | May 19
A festival that highlights a street dance parade participated in by cressed up framers; agro-industrial trade fair; contest of the biggest farm harvest and livestock, “Pinaka” contests agro products.

ContacT:
Mayors Office
Bacarra, Ilocos Norte
Tel (077) 776-0576

BANWAHON FESTIVAL

Barangay Mat-i, Surigao City | May 20
An ethnic dance competition depicting customs and traditions as well as the culture of early inhabitants of Barangay Mat-i Surigao City

KAOGMA FESTIVAL

Pili, Camarines Sur | May 24-31
A week-long celebration of the of the foundation anniversary of the Province of Camarines Sur. The festival features numerous activities such as cultural expositions, sports events, beauty pageant, procession and Grand Parade.

Contact:
Provincial Tourism Office
Provincial Capitol
Cadlan, Pili, Cam. Sur
Tel. No. (054) 477-3172

LUBI-LUBI (COCONUT) FESTIVAL

Gingoog City | May 22
A cultural dance festival of the city featuring coconut as one of its major agricultural products.

PANAGYAMAN FESTIVAL

Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya | May 23-25
Anniversary of the establishment of the civil government of Nueva Vizcaya. Activities include street parades,street dancing, cultural shows, float parades and contest, sports events by municipality, agro-industrial fairs, others.

BOLIBONG KINGKING FESTIVAL

Loboc, Bohol | May 24 25
A music and dance festivity depicting the history, folklore and traditions of the Lobocanons. Bolibong Kingking is a term applied to the drums and gongs and their rhythm used to accompany the supplicantion dance ritual in frong of the Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the 2nd Patron of Loboc.

PAHOY-PAHOY FESTIVAL (SCARECROW)

Cabliga, Samar | May 16-24
A grand parade and street dancing of people in scarecrow costumes to celebrate a good harvest.

Contact
Ms. Teresita Cabueñas
Tourism Officer
Tel. No. (055) 5486020

MALUMAGPAK CHALLENGE

New Bataan, Compostela Valley | May 26- May 30
A trek to Mt. Manurigao-Malumagpak, one of the region”s newly discovered eco-tourism destinations.

SANTACRUZAN SA INTRAMUROS

Intramuros, Manila | May 29
Department of Tourism together with Intramuros Administration will bring back the glamour of the 1900s Manila Carnival Queen in this year’s Santacruzan sa Intramuros.

PADARAW FESTIVAL

Bulan, Sorsogon | May 30
A festival showcsing colorful costumes fashioned from the abaca fiber. It is highlighted by a grand street presentation wherein the participants are clad in colorful costumes using the abaca fibers.

TAPUSAN FESTIVAL

Alitagtag, Batangas | May 31
Tapusan honors the Holy Cross on the last day of May. Floral offerings are laid at the foot of the cross during the afternoon ceremonies in the town church. The observance peaks on the 31st of May with a colorful procession during which the cross is mounted on a gaily decorated float, together with other floats swathed with lights, silken fabrics and freshly cut blooms to honor the various Marian images.

Contact : Office of the Mayor
Alitagtag, Batangas
Telephone No. (043) 772-0154

SANTACRUZAN (ZAMBOANGA CITY)

Zamboanga City | May 31
Parade of beauties with Reyna Elena carrying the Holy Cross.

HUNDRED ISLANDS FESTIVAL

Alaminos City, Pangasinan | May 1-7
The event aims to revive the Hundred Islands not just as a beach destination but also an excellent venue for agri-tourism fairs (fish/oyster/vegetable/fruit exhibitions). Features singing contest, ballroom dancing, bar tending competition and acoustic nights.

Contact:
City Tourism Office
(075)551-2249

QUEEN CITY INTERNATIONAL RUN

Cebu | May 22
More fun and funky than Olympic in effort. Runners from all over the world join the 13-kilometer marathon. A $1000 prize awaits the first to cross the finish line.

Contact:
CVCB
6332-232-6888

TROMBA FESTIVAL

Baras, Rizal | May 1
The celebration is derived from the ancient Spanish religious festival in honor of the Nuestra Señora de Turumba. Afternoon procession and street dancing is preceded by a Pagoda parade held in Baras River.

Contact : Office of the Mayor
Baras, Rizal
Telephone No. (02) 653-3909 / 629-7950

PASINGGATAN FESTIVAL

Taytay, Palawan | May 1-5
Pasinggatan Festival comes from the word “singgat” meaning to shine or luster, an apt name for festival whose events bring out the best in people from their talents to their personalities.

Contact :
Ms. Ester Dacuan
Municipal Tourism Officer
Mobile Phone (0906) 892-0923

SUBLIAN FESTIVAL

Bauan, Batangas | May 2
The municipality of Bauan celebrates the Sublian every May 2nd. This festival aims to revive the centuries-old tradition of dancing the Subli, an indigenous dance of Bauan. This dance ritual is being done to pay homage to the Holy Cross of Bauan.

Contact : Engr. Vicente Cordero
Telephone No. (043) 727-1754 / 727-1090

FEAST OF THE HOLY CROSS

Sta. Cruz, Marinduque | May 3
Fiesta of Sta. Cruz in honor of the Holy Cross. Religious, cultural and civic activities are lined up for the event.

Contact : Office of the Mayor
Sta Cruz, Marinduque
Telephone No. (042) 321-1276

BALSA FESTIVAL

Matabungkay, Lian, Batangas | May 8 (every 2nd Saturday)
A festival that centerpieces the Balsa as a way of relaxation by the Matabungkay Beach Resort. The celebration is culminated by a race and decorating contest for the Balsa. The festival is spearheaded by the Matabungkay Beach Resort and Hotel and the private sector of Lian, Batangas.

Contact : Matabungkay Beach Resort and Hotel
Telephone No. (02) 752-5252

AGAWAN SA SARIAYA(SAN ISIDRO FESTIVAL)

Sariaya, Quezon | May 8-16
This is a thanksgiving celebration to the Lord for the good harvest and abundance of their agricultural production. The May 15 celebration in Sariaya mirrors the townfolks generosity in spirit, their faith in the Divine Providence and their ingenuity in craft production and culinary traditions. The celebration of the Sariaya folks during feast of San Isidro Labrador makes it unique from other May 15 celebrations in the Province.

Contact : Office of the Mayor
Sariaya, Quezon
Telephone No. (042) 651-7950 / 525-8450

MAYOHAN SA TAYABAS(SAN ISIDRO FESTIVAL)

Tayabas, Quezon | May 8-16
A thanksgiving event marked with agro-trade fair and the famous Agawan ng Suman in honor of San Isidro Labrador, patron saint of farmers, for the good harvest and abundance of agricultural produce.

Contact : Office of the Mayor
Tayabas, Quezon
Telephone No. ((042) 793-3129

DE GALERA FESTIVAL

Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro | May 9-12
An annual event showcasing Puerto Galera’s rich historical heritage, culture and abundant natural resources. The highlight of the event is a fluvial parade at the sea joined by devotees of Our Lady of Fatima. The wooden boats are elaborately decorated in a tropical setting.

Contact : Municipal Tourism Office
Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro
Telephone No. ((043) 287-3051

ARANA’T BALWARTE SA GUMACA(SAN ISIDRO FESTIVAL)

Gumaca, Quezon | May 14-15
Huge arches placed on strategic locations are lavishly decorated with the most colorful farm produce, local delicacies, horticultural products and palm fronds which are offerings of the local townsfolk to San Isidro, patron saint of farmers, for their bountiful harvest, good fortune and prosperity. The decors are mounted on frames that are playfully lowered and raised to the delight of guests, children and local townsfolk who joyfully reach out and compete with each other to share the goodies.

Contact : Office of the Mayor
Gumaca, Quezon
Telephone No. (042) 317-6550 / 317-5275 / 317-6269

SINAGINGAN FESTIVAL

Palocpoc, Mendez, Cavite | May 15
An annual celebration promoting the señorita banana as the most appealing agricultural product in the locality.
Contact : Municipal Tourism Office
Mendez
Telephone No. (046) 413-0601

PANALAMINAN FESTIVAL

Roxas, Palawan | May 15
Panalaminan is a Cuyunan word which means “to mirror”. The festival’s name refers to both the municipality’s history as a repository of silica sand used in producing mirrors and glassware and to its’ claim of being the reflection of Northern Palawan beauty, with Roxas as a point of the bountiful convergence of Agri-Fishery and Ecotourism.
Contact : Ms. Imelda Madeja
Roxas Municipal Tourism Office
Telephone No. (0921) 965-2668

MAUBANOG FESTIVAL

Mauban, Quezon | May 16-17
A seven-day cultural extravaganza that features the town’s colorful history, amiable people, tasty cuisine and its locally fermented wine which can only be found in Mauban.
Contact : Municipal Tourism Office
Mauban, Quezon
Telephone No. (042) 784-0521

KATANG FESTIVAL

May 25 | Calauag, Quezon
A festival highlighting the Higanteng Alimango as their icon. The feast celebrates the abundance of mud crab in the province.
Contact : Office of the Mayor
Calauag, Quezon
Telephone No. (042) 301-7575

PASAYAHAN SA LUCENA

May (4th week) | Lucena City
A parade of floats with different motifs, the best of which is given an award; a Mardi Gras is likewise presented while people eat, drink and dance on the streets.
Contact : Office of the Mayor
Lucena City
Telephone No. (042) 373-5931 / 373-5932 / 373-5934 / 373-6190

CALAUAN “PINYA” FESTIVAL

Calauan, Laguna | May (no definite date)
An annual event which started in 1999. The festival aims to promote pineapple and other agricultural products of Calauan. It features cultural presentation and exhibit performances, mardi gras, street dancing, pineapple float parade, pineapple and native products décor contest.

Contact : Office of the Mayor
Calauan, Laguna.
Telephone No. (049) 568-0015 / 568-0011

MAMANG-OS FESTIVAL

Tuy, Batangas | May (no definite date)
Conceived to recognize the value of sugar industry in 6 municipalities of Western Batangas (1st District) at the same time to honor the hardwork of sugar cane farmers and promote their livelihood.
Contact : Office of the Mayor
Tuy, Batangas
Telephone No. (043) 332-7950

KALAYAAN FESTIVAL

Provincewide, Cavite | May 28- June 12
The festival aims to strengthen and promote the rich history and culture of the province of Cavite.
Contact : Provincial Tourism Office
Province of Cavite
Telephone No. (046) 419-1919 local 142

WAGAYWAY FESTIVAL

Imus, Cavite | May 28
It is a celebration commemorating the bravery and patriotism of the revolutionaries who won in the Battle of Alapan in Imus, Cavite a hundred and twelve years ago. The event derived its title “Wagayway” from the fact that the first Philippine flag which was sewn by Marcela Agoncillo in Hongkong was furled on May 28, 1898 in Imus following a victory by local revolutionaries against the Spanish forces.

Contact : Municipal Tourism Office
Imus, Cavite
Telephone No. (046) 472-2564

SAGALAHAN

Malabon City (The procession starts along the vicinity of City Hall of Malabon and ends at Barangay Hulong Duhat) | May 1
A grand procession of celebrities, models and beauty queens wearing the creation of some of the top fashion designers of the city. It is an offshoot of the traditional Santacruzan/Flores de Mayo, which is an offering of flowers to the Blessed Mary for the bounties received.

Contact:
281-4999 loc 1003

MANO PO SAN ROQUE FESTIVAL

Mabolo, Valenzuela City | May 12
A streetdancing and procession along the city’s major thoroughfares in commemoration of the Feast of San Roque highlighting the customs and traditional celebration of the festival.
Contact:
Telefax: 293-8486

MALABON FOUNDATION DAY

Malabon City (Citywide) | May 21
Highlights the services being provided by the local government & non-gov’t. organizations by showcasing the city’s rich cultural traditions.
Contact:
281-4999 loc 1003

SEARCH FOR MUTYA NG MALABON

Bulwagang Tambobong (Amphitheater), Malabon City | May 21
A competition based on the physical beauty, personality and talent open only to resident women of Malabon City.
Contact:
281-4999 loc 1003

FLORES DE MAYO (Mandaluyong)

San Felipe Neri Church, Brgy. Poblacion, Mandaluyong City | May 29
Mary, the Mother of Christ, is the Patroness of the City of Mandaluyong. The city folks pay tribute to her by way of a procession called Flores de Mayo, a culmination of a month-long floral ceremony that displays lovely maidens of the city in fabulous gowns and under arches of summer blooms. Today, the festival has become a fashion event where movie stars and beauty queens act as “Sagalas”.
Contact:
Telefax: 533-9107

TIKANLU FESTIVAL

Tagudin, Ilocos Sur | May 1-6
TIKANLU is an acronym of tinubong, kankanin, lubilubi, in celebration of their native and One Town One Product that coincides with their patronal fiesta. Activities include street dancing, trade fair, balikbayan night, singing & beauty contests.

Contact:
077-652-1740; 652-1168

DINENGDENG FEASTIVAL & Town Fiesta

Agoo, La Union | May 1
It is celebrated as part of the town fiesta. Featuring 101 families eating Dinengdeng, trade fair, fluvial parade, beauty contest, street dancing, Mayflower Festival, Amazing Race, Kite Festival, bloodletting, Pabingo and concerts.

Contact:
Mayor’s Office
Tel.(072)521-1006

RIT-RITEMONG CAYONG FESTIVAL

Sarrat, Ilocos Norte | May 3-5
This is what the Sarratenos call their fiesta which stands for liberty, courage, leadership, unity & brotherhood even in the most certain pain of death.

Contact:
(077)772-0055

MAGDADARAN TALIP FESTIVAL

Carasi, Dumalneg, Nueva Era, Adams | May 19-20
Commemorates the ancient peace pact that has brought lasting peace between and among ethnic tribes that brought forth rich culture, customs, indigenous traditions and fellowship with stronger ties not only among themselves but also with the Ilokanos who intermingled with them.

Contact:
DOT Laoag Sub-Office
(077)772-0467

KAYAPA TOWN FIESTA

Kayapa, Nueva Vizcaya | May 10-12
The residents of this upland town celebrate their fiesta with parlor games, people’s night, streetdancing from the different IP groups

Contact:
Mayor John Balasya
0920-402-5801 Cultural Festival

LABIG FESTIVAL

Claveria, Cagayan | May 7-9
Celebrated with street parades, boat rowing competition, beauty pageant and OFW night, among others. The extensive use of ‘labig’ the leaf of a palm tree called ‘palma brava’, which is grown abundantly in Claveria, for costumes is encouraged.
Note : soon to be changed to Lakay-lakay Festival

Contact:
Hon. Celia T. Layus
Mayor
(078) 866-1002; 866-1166; 1132
Mr. Elizar Simon*
Tourism Officer –Designate
(078) 888-2001 Cultural Festival

DAWA FESTIVAL

Gonzaga, Cagayan | May 5-10
An event to coincide with the town fiesta of the municipality aggressively promoting the one-product-one-barangay scheme in their agri-industrial trade fair.

Contact:
Hon. Carlito F. Pentecostes, Jr.
Mayor
(078) 856-6502;856-6503
cfpj2010@yahoo.com
sbsecretary@sbgonzaga.ph

ARAMANG FESTIVAL

Aparri, Cagayan | May 10-11
‘Aramang’ is an exotic and palatable soft-shelled shrimp harvested sustainably in Aparri year round; export quality dried ‘aramang’ is marketed in Japan, Taiwan and other parts of the country. The event also features a fluvial parade of more than a hundred fishing boats showcasing the fishermen’s way of life.

Contact:
Hon. Ismael V. Tumaru, Mayor
Ms. Blanca Hirang, TO
(078) 888-2001
lguaparriphil@yahoo.com

SARAKAT FESTIVAL

Sta. Praxedes, Cagayan | May 14
The town fiesta highlights the production of Sarakat products made of sarakat leaves grown locally to produce hats, mats, bags in an agro-industrial trade fair with street dancing and other events.

Contact:
Hon. Esterlina A. Aguinaldo
Mayor
0918-941-7147; 0917-854-5450

ARINGAY FESTIVAL

Lasam, Cagayan | May 15-21
Fiesta celebration highlighting the agricultural product of Lasam, the Aringay Rice variety with agri-industrial trade fair, street dancing and other activities.

Contact:
Hon. Marjorie A. Salazar
Mayor
(078) 853-3003
Ms. Gerlyn R. Yang
Tourism Officer-Designate
0917-441-6075

GAKIT FESTIVAL

Angadanan, Isabela | May 16
The town celebrates the use of ‘Gakit’ , Gaddang word for raft, by the tribes of Angadanan as their mode of transport; Gakit is used to transport passengers and goods from one town to another through the mighty Cagayan River.

Contact:
Hon. Lourdes T. Panganiban
Mayor
(078) 694-1015 Cultural Festival

GRAND AMMUNGAN FESTIVAL: NUEVA VIZCAYA DAY

Province of Nueva Vizcaya | May 19-24
Anniversary celebration of the establishment of the civil government of Nueva Vizcaya highlighted by an agro-industrial trade fair, street parades, float competition, cultural presentations by indigenous groups participated by the 15 towns of the province and others activities.

Contact:
Ms. Marichelle ‘Jeng’ Costales
Provincial Tourism Officer
(078) 805-3970
nuevavizcayatourism@yahoo.com

VILLAVERDE TOWN FIESTA

Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya | May 12-14
Festivities features the typical celebration of the town fiesta with baratillos, parade, playground demonstration and people’s night.

Contact:
Mayor Ronelie D. Ubando-Valtoribio
c/o Provincial Tourism Office
078-805-3970 Cultural festival

PASTORES FESTIVAL

Gapan City, Nueva Ecija | May 1
Celebrated every May 1st to honour the miraculous patron saint of Gapan City, Nuestra Sra Dela Virgen Divina Pastora. This colorful, vibrant festival spiritually strengthens the faith and devotion to Virgen Divina Pastora.

Contact:
Mrs. Nenita Abenales
Tel. (044)486-0513

LUYANG DILAW FESTIVAL

Marilao, Bulacan | May 2

The name Marilao originated from a plant (shrub) that abundantly thrived in swampy areas during Spanish era. The matured plant bears light yellow flower & the edible roots are colored dark yellow (dilaw). The yellow roots became famous and used for various purposes now we called “luya”. The purpose of the festival aims to inculcate to the residents & the youth, the love and appreciation of the origin of the town.

Contact:
Tel No.(047) 711-1234

DUMAROKDOK FESTIVAL

Botolan, Zambales | May 3-4
A festival highlighting Domarokdok, the native dance of Botolanenos. Activities include streetdancing , sports competition and search for Mutya ng Botolan. It also celebrates the feast day of their patron Saint, Sta.Monica.

Contact:
Ms. Majalia Dolandolan
Tel No. (63 47) 810-1208
Badit Guevarra
Provl Tourism Officer
Tel (63 47)811-7216/7218

JOSE ABAD SANTOS DAY

City of San Fdo., Pampanga | May 7
The entire province of Pampanga remembers the patriotism of one of the City of San Fernando’s illustrious sons, Chief Justice Jose B. Abad Santos, who was martyred by firing squad in Malabang, Lanao on May 7, 1942 by the Japanese for his refusal to pay allegiance to the Japanese flag. He is remembered for his famous words, “It is a rare opportunity to die for one’s country. Not every Filipino is given this chance”.

Contact:
City Tourism Office
Tel (045)961-5684, 961-3328 loc 211
Arwin Paul Lingat
Provl Tourism Officer
Tel (045)961-0538; 963-0107

ARAQUIO OF PENARANDA

Penaranda, Nueva Ecija | May 1 and 8 (1st & 2nd Sunday)
The Araquio Festival is a traditional procession and dramatization of the finding of the Holy Cross by St. Helena and her son, the Emperor Constantine. Similarly the “komedya” or “moro-moro” is carried out on in some villages such as Poblacion (2nd Sunday of May), Las Pinas (May11-12), Sto. Tomas (1st Sunday of May), San Jose (3rd Sunday of May) and Pinasahan (May 21-22). Dating back from the Spanish colonial period, the festival features vivacious beats of brass.

Contact:
Mr. Joseph Mabalay
Tel. No (044)940-2560

GRAND STA. CRUZAN

Botolan, Zambales | May 29 (Last Saturday)
A culminating procession participated in by local townfolks children and adults from different barangays elegantly dressed following the traditional practice of Santa Cruzan.
Contact:
Fr. Ian Ela Maniago
Tel No.(63 47)810-7209; 9212229472
Badit Guevarra
Provl TourismOfficer
Tel (0 47)811- 7216

PROVINCE OF TARLAC FOUNDING ANNIVERSARY

Tarlac City | May 28
A one-week affair which celebrate the founding anniversary of the Province of Tarlac, coincide with the National Flag Day which is May 28. The celebration starts with the flag raising ceremonies, celebration of mass, then followed by the opening of the agri-trade fair, and other activities like Palaro ng Lahi, Pistang Bulilit, Senior Citizens’ Night, Pageant Night, variety show, battle of the bands and fireworks display.
Contact:
Ms. Son Fronda
Tel No.(63 45)800-1607; Mobile: 09175143955

SANTA CRUZAN (Malolos)

Malolos City, Bulacan | May 1-31
The procession in honor of the Holy Christ is held in practically all towns and cities in the whole province. Every parish celebrates the ending of the Flores de Mayo during the last week.

Contact:
Raven Ramos
Tel No. (63 44)662-3288

MADAHOM FESTIVAL

Caramoan, Cam. Sur | May 1-8
Held during the feast of its patron saint, St. Michael the Archangel. It is a salute to and a celebration of life – its richness and abundance of blessings as Caramoan is endowed with untapped natural resources and many beautiful unexplored islands as well as its white sugary sand beaches that lure foreign and local tourists and investors.

Contact:
Ms. Norma Tendenilla
Municipal Tourism Officer
LGU-Caramoan, Cam. Sur
CP: 0920 8646982

PALONG FESTIVAL

Capalonga, Cam. Norte | May 11-13
Highlighted by a street dancing and agro-industrial fair which expresses local folk’s gratitude for their town’s name etymology and signifies the abundant presence of rooster available in the locality. Held also in celebration of their Black Nazarene’s Feast Day on May 13.
Contact:
Office of the Mayor
Capalonga, Cam. Norte

LAYAG FESTIVAL

Rapu-Rapu, Albay | May 22-27
A weeklong festivity coinciding with the feast of Our Lady of Peñafrancia. The festival name was taken from a local word “layag” or sail boat which is a primitive means of transportation of the early people of Rapu-Rapu. It depicts the people’s journey of faith.

Contact:
Office of the Mayor
Rapu-Rapu, Albay

HARANA FESTIVAL “Karantahan nin Pagranga”

San Jose, Camarines Sur | May 16-21
The festival features local talents and young artists in its efforts to promote cultural awareness, tourism development and youth empowerment in the District of Partido. Highlighted by the Bicol Love Song Cultural Competition, other activities are also lined up to drumbeat the affair.

Contact:
Office of the Mayor
San Jose, Camarines Sur
Tel. No. (054) 454-2314

PAMUHUAN FESTIVAL

Pinamungajan, Cebu | May 4
As the largest producer of coconut and bangus in Cebu, Pinamungajan celebrates their bountiful harvest in the Pamuhuan Festival. It is also a time to celebrate the fame brought to the town by its sons and daughters.

Contact:
Office of the Vice-Mayor
Tel. No.(032)468-9015; 468-5526

KAGASANGAN FESTIVAL

MOALBOAL, CEBU | May 15
Kagasangan comes from the Cebuano word of the same name which means “corals”. It is the highlight of the town’s annual town fiesta and celebrates the town’s main tourist attraction – its corals. Moalboal, the diving capital of the Philippines, takes prides as having one of the most bountiful and breathtaking coral formations thus giving the town an abundance of fish catch.
Contact:
Office Municipal Tourism
Tel. No. (032)474-8204

SAGING FESTIVAL

LAZI, SIQUIJOR | May 10
A celebration of harvest of its major agricultural product, bananas. The festival depicts the growing cycle of this famous fruit from planting to harvesting in dance form.

Contact:
Office of the Mayor
Tel. No. (035)482-0233

LAPYAHAN FESTIVAL

SAN REMIGIO, CEBU | May 16
Lapyahan Festival celebrates one of San Remigio’s treasures, its beaches. Having the longest shoreline in Cebu Province, San Remigio is a primary destination of both local and foreign tourists alike because of its powdery white sand beaches.

Contact:
Office of the Mayor
Tel No.(032)435-4016

LUBI FESTIVAL

MARIA , SIQUIJOR | May 21
This festival celebrates the main source of food and livelihood in Maria, Siquijor, the “Lubi” or coconut. The festival is celebrated with a dance which commemorates the progressive succession of manual manipulation on the fruit of the coconut during harvest. A prelude to the annual town fiesta, some of the highlights are trade fairs and market bazaars, which are located at the town center.

Contact:
Office of the Mayor
Leo
0917-314-3971
Siquijor Provincial Tourism Council
(035) 480-9076 / 344 – 2088

GUIHULUGAN FESTIVAL

GUIHULNGAN, NEGROS ORIENTAL | May 24
The Festival celebrates the city’s historical treasure that was lost to the sea hundreds of years ago. A street “Mardi Gras” commemorates their lost treasure while thanking the town’s patron saint for the year’s bountiful harvest. Street bazaars, agri-fairs, beauty pageants, town concerts and fireworks competition are also part of the town’s festivities.

Contact:
Maridel Teves Gamo
Office of the Mayor
(035) 410 – 3092

SINUGBOAN FESTIVAL

GARCIA-HERNANDEZ, BOHOL | May 27
Sinugboan is a term closely related to the Cebuano word ‘sugbo’ meaning to wallow. The festival highlights the town’s annual commemoration of her foundation day. Activities include agro-industrial fair, recognition program for achievers, various games and a street dancing competition where the storyline focuses on the creation and establishment of Garcia-Hernandez.

Contact:
Office of the Mayor
Garcia-Hernandez
6338-532-5034

ROSQUILLOS FESTIVAL

LILOAN, CEBU | May 29
The town of Liloan has always been associated with one of Cebu’s primary delicacies – the Rosquillos. The festival traces the product’s history – from its humble beginnings in 1907 until it was named “rosquillos” (after the Spanish word, rosca) by Pres. Sergio Osmeña to what it is today.

Contact:
Office of the Mayor
6332 – 564 – 3131
Contact person: Leo Pilapil

GRAND SANTACRUZAN (Tacloban City)

Tacloban City | May 30
Search for the Cross by the Saintly Queen Helena. Parade of sagalas and parol (lanterns). An inter-barangay competition in Tacloban is also practiced.

Contact:
City Government of Tacloban
Secretariat:
Tacloban City Tourism Office
Tel. No. (053)325-8955

HUDYAKA FESTIVAL

Zamboanga del Norte (ZaNorte) | May 30-June 9
A week-long celebration featuring agro-industrial fair, sports, concerts and cultural shows. This is a concoction of the different festivals of the 25 municipalities and two cities of Zamboanga del Norte where festival champs of each town and city converge in a single jubilation. It is also celebrated as Linggo ng Zamboanga del Norte.

Contact:
Provincial Tourism Office
Tel. No. (065) 212-9677

SALAY TOWN FIESTA (ST. JOSEPH THE WORKER)

Salay, Misamis Oriental | May 1
Parade/ cultural show/ trade fair
Contact:
Mayor’s Office
Tel. No. 08822-720826

TOWN FIESTA (ST. CRUZ)

Alubijid , Misamis Oriental | May 3
Parade/cultural/ trade fair

Contact:
08822-756128

BIBO GINGOOG INTER-BARANGAY BUNTING DISPLAY CONTEST

Gingoog City | May 5-14-22
A local competition of buntings with the use of indigenous and recycled materials as the main element of the various artistic creations.

Contact:
Mr. Audie Ocampo
Tel.No. 08842-7509

TOWN FIESTA (SAN ISIDRO LABRADOR)

Medina, Misamis Oriental | May 14-15
Parade/cultural/trade fair

Contact:
Mayor’s Office
Tel.No. 08822-720782

FEAST OF ST. RITA DE CASCIA (CITY FIESTA)

Gingoog City | May 22
Cultural and sports activities and Fun Games .

Contact:
Mr. Audie Ocampo
Tel.No. 8842-7509

TABANOG FESTIVAL ARAW NG BALINGASAG

Balingasag, Misamis Oriental | May 22
Kite flying competition features the most colorful, most artistic, the biggest kite and smallest kite.

Contact:
Mayor’s Office
Tel. No. 08822-720901
Prov’l Tourism Office Tel. No. 727275

NATIONAL FLAG DAY

Rizal Park Iligan city | May 28
Honoring of National Flag. Activities include a commemorative program at the Rizal park, display of the evolution of the flag and ceremonial retiring of old and tattered flags.

Contact:
Tourism Office
063-2213426

TOWN FIESTA (BALINGOAN)

Balingoan, Misamis Oriental | May 29
Parade / cultural shows

Contact:
08822-720709 Mayor’s Office

ST. JOSEPH THE WORKER FIESTA

ComVal, Montevista | May 1
Celebration for the feast of St. Joseph the worker.

Contact:
Lynjie Llaban
Mobile: 09287088963

STA. CRUZAN (Davao)

Sta. Cruz, Davao | May 1
A religious activity celebrated every First Sunday of May.

Contact:
Camila S. Infiesto
Tourism officer
Tel.No. (082) 441-1463; 4411471

STA. CRUZ PAROCHIAL FIESTA

Davao del Norte, Brgy. Sta. Cruz, Talikud IgaCoS | May 3
Annual Parochial Fiesta.

Contact:
Hon. Aniano Antalan
City Mayor
09285066424
Samalcity.gov.ph
Nelson Aquino
City Tourism Officer
Mobile: 09088917353; 09184294745
boyaquino_09@yahoo.com

SUMMER SPORTS FESTIVAL

Tagum City | May 8-14 (2nd week)
Celebration of sportsmanship and camaraderie, through simultaneous tournaments of different sports events.

Contact:
Geraldine Abella
Tourism Officer
Tel.No. (084)370-4247; 2173819

SAN ISIDRO FIESTA

San Isidro Parish, Digos City | May 15
Celebration of the Feast of San Isidro Labrador.

Contact:
Father Bong Lunas
Tel. No. 553-2893

KABASAN FESTIVAL

ComVal, Brgy. Villarica and Pichon | May 22-28
Celebration of Kabasan week.

Contact:
Christine Dompor
Provincial tourism Officer
(082) 376-1028/376-1052

DAPUGAN FESTIVAL

ComVal, Mabini | May 28
Dapugan is a common kagan and mansaka word which means gathering. The gathering celebrates the abundance of coastal resources of Mabini.

Contact:
Judy Bangasin
Municipality Tourism Officer
09174339016

FLORES DE TAGUMEÑO FESTIVAL

Tagum City | May 1-30
A cultural celebration that revives the Roman Catholic traditions of fiesta introduced during Spanish era in the Month of May.

Contact:
Ms. Arlene Llamada
Tourism Officer
Tel. No. (084) 218-4727

SAGAWAK FESTIVAL

Malalag | May 28
Sagawak is a great volume and forceful flow of water that the Lumads believe to cast away the evil spells. The spells are buried at the bottom of the deepest sea and eventually brings harmony, unity and progress amongst the people. This is an annual festival which entails the rich culture, unique customs and worthy traditions of the Tagacaolos of Malalag.

Contact:
Mr. Pol P. Yuro
Tourism Officer
Mobile Phone (0918) 344-9508

SUMMER BEACH FESTIVAL

Mabini,-Pantukan, ComVal | May (All weekends)
A month-long beach sports activities that advocate the conservation of marine resources being a protected seascape/landscape in Comval. It features water and land based sports, music and dance during the night.

Contact:
Christine Dompor
Provincial tourism Officer
Tel.No. (082) 376-1028/376-1052

DUYOG PANDAY

Notre Dame Village, Rosary Heights, Cotabato City | May 1
Celebrated in honor of St. Joseph, the worker, featuring trade fair, beauty pageant, street dancing and sports competition.

Contact:
John Ervin C. Mangulama
Brgy. Chairman
RH 8, Cotabato City

SARANGANI BAY FESTIVAL (SARBAY)

Glan, Sarangani Province | May 19-21
The festival pays tribute to the importance of the Bay which for years has sustained life because of its rich marine resources. The festival is also a venue to inculcate to all stakeholders the importance of protecting and conserving the bay through eco-tourism.

Contact:
Shiela del Cruz
Provincial Tourism Officer
Office of the Governor
Sarangani Province
083-5082195

BINUYUGAN FESTIVAL

Maitum, Sarangani Province | May 27
“Binuyugan” comes from the Ilocano word “buyog” which could be understood as “accompanied by or coupled with.” This is clearly presented through street dancing competition which presents a diverse interpretation depending on the cultural background of participating barangay. Agro Trade Fair is another principal attraction held inside the Maitum Forest Park showcasing local products.

Contact:
Shiela del Cruz
Provincial Tourism Officer
Office of the Governor
Sarangani Province
083-5082195

ARAW NG SARANGANI

SARANGANI | May 19
Highlights include bancarera, ballgames, Masbol Festival, Band competition, religious & cultural nights & horse fight.

Contact:
Lilian C. Eyad
Mobile: 09194293276

SAS-ALLIWA FESTIVAL

Natonin, Mt. Province | May 7-15
An annual cultural celebration which aims to enrich the culture of Natonin. It showcases the traditional as well as modern games of the people of this municipality.

Contact:
Hon. Mateo L. Chiyawan
Municipal Mayor
Natonin, Mt. Province
Mobile No. 09397995709
09266775506

SAKUTING FESTIVAL

Dolores, Abra | May 5-7
The 2nd municipality of Abra Province to implement programs and activities which are truly reflective to teh preservation of the culture and the arts, practices, traditions, socio-economic and livelihood activities of Dolorenians.

Contact:
Hon. Robert Victor “JR” Seares, Jr.
Municipal Mayor
Dolores, Abra
Mobile No. 09175685628
jrseares@yahoo.com

Ian Alcanzaren
Consultant/Festival Coordinator
Mobile No. 09064078808, 09493524988

BACOOR MARCHING BAND FESTIVAL

Bacoor, Cavite | May 6-8

PINTOS FESTIVAL

Bogo City, Cebu | May 27
‘Kuyayang’ is a courtship dance of the Bogohanons that is staged before the community during fiestas. This street mardi gras as a cultural tourism festival of Bogo manifests the cultural heritage of the town and serves as an avenue for cultural conservancy of the city.

Contact:
Office of the Mayor
Ms. Shiela Orcullo
Tel. No. (032) 251-2001; 434-8688

PASINAYA, BEL-AIR

Brgy. Bel-Air, Makati City | May 4-6
Barangay Bel-Air’s annual thanksgiving celebration encourages everybody in the community to join in fun activities that culminate in specially choreographed dance numbers of more than 200 villagers.

Contact:
Ms. Patricia Lichauco
Chief of Staff, Brgy. Bel-Air
Tel. Nos. (02) 895-4408; 899-65-09

GABII SA KABILIN

Cebu City | May 25
Patterned after Lange Nacht der Museen or Long Night of the Museums in Berlin, Germany, museums and other cultural establishments in the city remain open late into the night on the last Friday of May.

Contact:
Ramon Aboitiz Foundation, Inc.
Tel. Nos. (032) 418-7234; 255-5630

BALIK-BUTUAN

Butuan City, Agusan del Norte | May 1-31
The event serves as an opportunity for Butuanons residing abroad and other parts of the country to re-unite with friends and relatives and see for themselves what they can share in the development and progress of Butuan.

Contact:
DOT Region 13
Tel. No. (085) 815-6040

TINAPAY FESTIVAL

Cuenca, Batangas | May 15
An annual festival conceived as thanksgiving to their patron saint, Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage for a bountiful life.

Contact : Office of the Mayor
Cuenca, Batangas
Telephone No. (043) 342-1202

BAGABAS BEACH INTERNATIONAL ECO-ARTS FESTIVAL

Daet, Camarines Norte | May 30-June 6
It is the showcase of the meeting of the community and the artist, a festival that looks to the product of this interaction and impresses the equal importance of community participation in the artistic process, with the main goal of conserving the environment.

Contact:
Our Lady of Lourdes College Found.
Daet, cam. Norte
Tel. No. (054) 440-0578/721-1368